TAYLORSVILLE — Fremont and Bingham’s recent history in girls basketball has been reserved exclusively for the state tournament.
TAYLORSVILLE — Karlie Valdez almost did it again, with practically the same amount of time on the clock and in the same situation as Fremont’s quarterfinal win over Riverton.
TAYLORSVILLE — Karlie Valdez had the ball, the space on the floor and an “eternity” on the clock. All she had to do when she got the basket was to take the shot.
TAYLORSVILLE — In December, Abigail Neff scored 13 points to co-lead Northridge to a win against Layton Christian. At that point, it was one of her better games of the season.
TAYLORSVILLE — One minute of Layton’s 6A state basketball quarterfinal against Copper Hills had hardly passed when Lancers coach Van Price shrugged on the bench.
TAYLORSVILLE — Two days after kicking off the chaos that reigned in the first round of the 5A girls basketball tournament, Box Elder had plenty of reason and belief that the dream was still alive.
TAYLORSVILLE — Paige McKenna went to the bench with 4:58 left in the game, sat down, leaned back and put her head in her hands.
TAYLORSVILLE — More than two weeks ago, Kaitlyn Viator had her worst game of the season points-wise: 0-of-9 shooting, three turnovers, zero points.
TAYLORSVILLE — When the heavy snowstorm that buried the Salt Lake Valley blew away Tuesday morning, so did the underdog magic of Monday’s 5A girls basketball tournament first round.